American Airlines to launch daily flights from Dublin to New York June 12
Leading U.S. carrier American Airlines recently announced it is planning to launch its flights services between Dublin and New York JFK airport.
The airline in a statement said that the flights between Ireland’s capital Dublin and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport will be operated daily starting from June 12, 2013.
According to American Airlines, the customers will be able to book their air tickets from November 5, 2012 onwards. The customers will be offered fares starting at $624.33 (480 Euros) including taxes, for travel in Economy Class.
The launch of flights on Dublin-New York route by American Airlines is likely to increase competition. European budget carrier Aer Lingus is currently offering twice daily flights services between the two destinations.
Apart from this, Delta Air Line is also operating daily flights between Dublin and New York JFK. Another U.S. carrier United Airlines is offering flights services from Dublin to Newark, which serves New York.
With the launch of American Airlines flights, Dublin will now have 12 scheduled flights to nine airports in the U.S.